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I am facing same problem. with my mmx u2.... I found this thread....http://micromaxunite2.net/soft-brick-vs-hard-bricked-vs-broken/ hope it will help you somehow , But i am not going to work on that solution because i am not a pro to do those hardware upgrades. Hope this make sense.. I think it will help you & if you know any thing regarding software ...
I powered off my system by holding the power button for few seconds (ignored the power dialog on screen) and after booting into Android (4.2.1), I started receiving the error: - exec '/system/bin/sh' failed: Permission denied (13) nRet(-1) when trying to run adb shell. I also couldn't connect to Android over the network using SSH shell since the ...
Jig or ADB. Not sure if ADB would work though, if you can't hardly turn on the device. I would consider trying it first, because it's easy and you have nothing but some time to lose, but I'll bet you'll end up using a jig (can be made or bought).
Hmm that is hard luck... If it is USB enabled then you can make use of third party software to get this task. You can try to enable it following the method here - http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-4/orig-development/toolkit-skipsoft-android-toolkit-nexus-t1995688 Then you can download the data recovery software from here - http://androiddatarecovery.co ...
This should help you: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2786395. Its a program that can mirror your phone to computer. There is also information to enable USB Debugging if you had that disabled. Hope my answer helps!
Samsung devices can usually be forced into download mode using a JIG. They are pretty simple and cheap to make. If your device has been soft-bricked this will almost always work. http://www.xda-developers.com/need-a-samsung-usb-jig-build-your-own/
Heres a simple solution to that: Download and install Shuame from http://www.shuame.com/ Its an app is full of android tools.Its in Chinese, though. Install your tablet's device drivers. Youll have to find these according to the chipset your tablet uses as many chineses tabs and phones pretty much dont exist on the internet and so, youll have to search by ...
You could flash TWRP recovery (not sure if available for your device) which has an in-built file manager and and terminal and move files to any usb storage.
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